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The more environmentally-conscious we are when we’re camping, not only do we leave our campsite in better shape, we help other humans and wildlife as well. This week we’re going to look at some ways to make your camping trip more eco-friendly. Read on!
It’s amazing how many ancient traditions become popular and apropos in today’s world. If you’re not familiar with Marie Kondo, she’s an organizing consultant from Japan that has kicked off a decluttering revolution. Her book, The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up: The Japanese Art of Decluttering and Organizing is a worldwide bestseller and has transformed the way many people think about, well, tidying up.
What’s the most important thing you bring camping? Food, water, shelter, something to do for the kids? Of course! One thing we campers sometimes overlook is a fully-stocked first-aid kit. It’s easy to grab a generic kit from your favorite large retailer, but if you’re going to spend an entire weekend outside (especially with kids), you’ll want to make sure you’re well prepared. From bug bites to more serious injuries, here’s a checklist of all the items you’ll want to keep everyone happy and healthy this camping season. Read on!